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Sea FISHERIES COMMISSIONQuestion Mr E Craufurd Answer The Lord
73
CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEESThe Lord REDESDALE appointed Nemine Dissentiente
105
THE CATTLE PLAGUEDay of FASTING AND HUMILIATIONQuestion The Earl
191
February 15
195
The Queens SpeechAdjourned debate on Resolution for an Address 6th
205
NATIONAL DEBT ActsResolutions in Committee 274
275
Railway Travelling in Ireland BillOrdered Sir Colman OʻLoghlen Major Gavin
277
TRE CATTLE PLAGUE Postponement of Question Mr WaldegraveLeslie
305
Main Question That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair put
333
Savings Banks and Post Office Savings Bank Bill
335
STANDING ORDERSSelect Committee nominated 342
345
SUPPLYNAVY ESTIMATESconsidered in Committee
361
Legal Pensions Bill
427
COMMONS AND OPEN SPACES METROPOLIS Question Mr Doulton Answer
447
THE SMOKE NUISANCEQuestion Sir Robert Peel Answer Sir George Grey 448
449
SUPPLYCommittee continued
459
CATTLE PLAGUEQuestionAddress for
503
Jamaica Government Bill
581
HABEAS CORPUS SUSPENSION IRELANDNotice Earl Russell
585
Cattle Plague Bill Bill
657
Cattle Diseases Bill Bills 6 22
727
Telegraph Act Amendment BillBill read 2 Standing Orders Nos 37 and 38
759
POLICEMEN IN PLAIN CLOTHESQuestion Lord Henry Lennox Answer
783
Law OFFICERS IRELAND Question Colonel Leslie Answer The Attorney
815
EDUCATION IN SCOTLANDQuestion Sir Andrew Agnew Answer The Lord
833
HABEAS CORPUS SUSPENSION IRELANDNotice Sir George Grey
847
CONTROVERTED ELECTIONS General Committee of Elections appointed
879
THE PRINCESS HELENAHer Majestys most gracious Message of Tuesday last
891
Jamaica Government Bill Bill 17
917
Vaccination BillOrdered Mr Bruce Mr Baring presented and read the first time
955
The llabeas CORPUS SUSPENSION IRELAND ACTThe Royal ASSENT_THE
963
After long debate Moved That the debate be now adjourned
1049
EAST INDIA COMMUNICATIONSMotion
1217
Public Libraries Act Amendment Bill
1235
Prince Alfreds Annuity Bill Bill 43
1237
1272
1271
East INDIESTHE INDIAN BUDGETQuestion Mr J B Smith Answer
1285
SUPPLYOrder for Committee read Motion made and Question proposed
1287
DEVONPORT ELECTIONQuestion Sir John Pakington Answer The Solicitor
1299
Exchequer and Audit Departments Bill Bill
1367
DEVONPORT ELECTIONPersonal Explanation The Duke of Somerset 1376
1379
Attorney General for Ireland 1390 COURT OF ADMIRALTY IRELAND Question Mr Maguire Answer
1391
SUPPLY considered in CommitteeARMY ESTIMATESCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
1405
Committee report Progress to sit again
1479
Divorce and Matrimonial Causes Bill No 17
1493
SUPPLYARMY ESTIMATESconsidered in Committee
1525
CATTLE PLAGUE ActQuestion The Earl of Ellenborough Answer Earl
1591
GRIEVANCES OF INDIAN OFFICERSQuestion Lord William Hay Answer
1615
Marriage with a Deceased Wifes Sister BillOrdered Mr Chambers Mr Hankey
1631
THE CATTLE PlagueQuestions The Duke of Buccleuch Answer The Duke
1669
THEATRICAL LICENCES AND REGULATIONS Select Committee on Theatrical
1695
Salmon Fisheries Scotland Bill 1 l Bill to Amend the Law relating to Salmon
1707
SUPPLYCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATES
1779
Ordered That the said Message be taken into consideration on Thursday
1791
WESTMINSTER SCHOOLQuestion Mr Mowbray Answer Sir George Grey 1804
1805
Motion That Mr Deputy Speaker do now leave the Chair agreed to
1845
Mutiny Bill
1879
Art Bill No 15
1891
Motion That Mr Speaker do now leave the Chair agreed to
658
INDIA The LAHORE BISHOPRIC BILL Question Mr Gilpin Answer
DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL GALLERYQuesti Viscount Courtenay Answer
CONSUMPTION OF CORN AND MEAT Question Sir Stafford Northcote Answer

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